History NoodleIncident / VideoGames

11th Oct '17 6:15:00 PM Averagemoe
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* In ''Videogame/DeadlyRoomsOfDeath'': The City Beneath, Beeethro encounters a guy in the City dealing with the fallout of one of these. He tries to explain, but Beethro cuts him off when it becomes apparent that the story will be long and boring. Anyway, the result was that this guy had to nail every chair in the Rooted Empire to the floor, because of a horrible accident involving two serpents, an orb, and a tar baby.

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* In ''Videogame/DeadlyRoomsOfDeath'': The City Beneath, Beeethro Beethro encounters a guy in the City dealing with the fallout of one of these. He tries to explain, but Beethro cuts him off when it becomes apparent that the story will be long and boring. Anyway, the result was that this guy had to nail every chair in the Rooted Empire to the floor, because of a horrible accident involving two serpents, an orb, and a tar baby.
2nd Oct '17 12:41:40 PM BigHairyMarty
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** ''VideoGame/TheSecretOfMonkeyIsland'' includes a long scene where Guybrush tries to get the Idol of Many Hands from the governor's mansion, almost all of which takes place outside of camera range, though the action prompts still pop up, saying things like "Hypnotize quarrelsome rhinoceros", and "Use staple remover on tremendous dangerous-looking yak".

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** ''VideoGame/TheSecretOfMonkeyIsland'' includes a long scene where Guybrush tries to get the Idol of Many Hands from the governor's Governor's mansion, almost all of which takes place outside of camera range, though the action prompts still pop up, saying things like "Hypnotize quarrelsome rhinoceros", and "Use staple remover on tremendous dangerous-looking yak".
2nd Oct '17 12:40:23 PM BigHairyMarty
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** ''VideoGame/TheSecretOfMonkeyIsland'' includes a long scene where Guybrush tries to get the Idol of Many Hands from the governor's mansion, almost all of which takes place outside of camera range, though the action prompts still pop up. They say things like "Hypnotize Infuriated Rhino," and "Push tremendous Yak."

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** ''VideoGame/TheSecretOfMonkeyIsland'' includes a long scene where Guybrush tries to get the Idol of Many Hands from the governor's mansion, almost all of which takes place outside of camera range, though the action prompts still pop up. They say up, saying things like "Hypnotize Infuriated Rhino," quarrelsome rhinoceros", and "Push "Use staple remover on tremendous Yak."dangerous-looking yak".
28th Aug '17 2:59:26 PM Berrenta
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* The game world in ''[[NexusWar Nexus Clash]]'' is dotted with Exploration Badges, little notes on backstory events that one can find by searching certain places on the map hinted at in the lore. Since they grant [[PointBuildSystem Character Points]], most people go looking for them eventually. The game's backstory is [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything pretty exhaustive]], so most of them are at least partially explained or linked to other pieces of the lore, but there are a few that are there to invoke this trope.

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* The game world in ''[[NexusWar ''[[VideoGame/NexusWar Nexus Clash]]'' is dotted with Exploration Badges, little notes on backstory events that one can find by searching certain places on the map hinted at in the lore. Since they grant [[PointBuildSystem Character Points]], most people go looking for them eventually. The game's backstory is [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything pretty exhaustive]], exhaustive, so most of them are at least partially explained or linked to other pieces of the lore, but there are a few that are there to invoke this trope.
16th Aug '17 11:05:02 AM Camwood
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* In ''Videogame/DeadlyRoomsOfDeath'', Beeethro encounters a guy dealing with the fallout of one of these. He tries to explain, but Beethro cuts him off when it becomes apparent that the story will be long and boring. Anyway, the result was that this guy had to nail every chair in the Rooted Empire to the floor, because of a horrible accident involving two serpents, an orb, and a tar baby.

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* In ''Videogame/DeadlyRoomsOfDeath'', ''Videogame/DeadlyRoomsOfDeath'': The City Beneath, Beeethro encounters a guy in the City dealing with the fallout of one of these. He tries to explain, but Beethro cuts him off when it becomes apparent that the story will be long and boring. Anyway, the result was that this guy had to nail every chair in the Rooted Empire to the floor, because of a horrible accident involving two serpents, an orb, and a tar baby.
8th Aug '17 10:29:06 PM Averagemoe
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* In ''Videogame/DeadlyRoomsOfDeath'', Beeethro encounters a guy dealing with the fallout of one of these. He tries to explain, but Beethro cuts him off when it becomes apparent that the story will be long and boring. Anyway, the result was that this guy had to nail every chair in the Rooted Empire to the floor, because of a horrible incident involve two serpents, an orb, and a tar baby.

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* In ''Videogame/DeadlyRoomsOfDeath'', Beeethro encounters a guy dealing with the fallout of one of these. He tries to explain, but Beethro cuts him off when it becomes apparent that the story will be long and boring. Anyway, the result was that this guy had to nail every chair in the Rooted Empire to the floor, because of a horrible incident involve accident involving two serpents, an orb, and a tar baby.
13th Jun '17 6:40:14 PM DarkHunter
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-->'''Arilou''': If I tell you more, you will be able to look where you never could before, and while looking you can and will be seen. You do ''not'' want to be seen. The Androsynth were seen, and there are no Androsynth now. Only Orz.
27th May '17 8:32:46 AM Divra
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* ''[[VideoGame/ShadowrunReturns Shadowrun Hong Kong]]'': Poetry slams are forbidden on the Shadowlands message board after an incident only known as "the Laughing Man debacle of '55". Apart from the implication that Harlequin was involved ("Laughing Man" is one of Harlequin's more well known aliases), nothing is known.

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* ''[[VideoGame/ShadowrunReturns Shadowrun Hong Kong]]'': Poetry slams are forbidden on the Shadowlands message board after an incident only known as "the Laughing Man debacle of '55". Apart from the implication that Harlequin was involved ("Laughing Man" is one of Harlequin's more well known aliases), nothing is known. Granted, Harlequin is ''exactly'' the type of character who would do something to get poetry banned from an online forum either as part of something bigger or just for the lulz, but still...
27th May '17 2:24:11 AM Siempie
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* We never find out how [[RobutBuddy Wheatley]] from ''Videogame/Portal2'' [[UnexplainedRecovery recovered from being crushed to death]]. He tries to tell us, but the fact that [[PlayerCharacter Chell]] has to jump fifty feet in the air to hear what he has to say does not make his story more understandable. All we can deduce is that it involved a bird.

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* We never find out how [[RobutBuddy [[RobotBuddy Wheatley]] from ''Videogame/Portal2'' [[UnexplainedRecovery recovered from being crushed to death]]. He tries to tell us, but the fact that [[PlayerCharacter Chell]] has to jump fifty feet in the air to hear what he has to say does not make his story more understandable. All we can deduce is that it involved a bird.
27th May '17 2:24:00 AM Siempie
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* We never find out how [[RobutBuddy Wheatley]] from ''Videogame/Portal2'' [[UnexplainedRecovery recovered from being crushed to death]]. He tries to tell us, but the fact that [[PlayerCharacter Chell]] has to jump fifty feet in the air to hear what he has to say does not make his story more understandable. All we can deduce is that it involved a bird.
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